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Friday, September 28, 2012

Bridge Construction

Good morning,

There is construction going on everywhere so someone must be working!  A few weeks ago I had a post about Florida's Featherless Cranes.  It seems we have quite a few of them in Ohio, too.
The serious construction repairs have been going on here for quite some time.
I'm glad we don't travel this way during rush hour.

So, another road trip, more featherless cranes, and another crop of orange barrels.  They are everywhere!

;),
 Lois

10 comments:

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Lois, it seems that every state has its share of these critters as we also saw many similar breeds recently when traveling in NJ.

Rose said...

Ha--never thought of the term featherless cranes. That's a good description;)

Lois said...

Driving through construction zones always makes me nervous, especially if there are a lot of big trucks around!

Pamela Gordon said...

Up here we say we have 2 seasons. Winter and construction. :) It's been a very busy road fixing season in our area this summer/fall and it will make our driving a lot more enjoyable. Have a lovely weekend.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Those cranes and barrels have us bottled up pretty good here in Tulsa.

TexWisGirl said...

it is good to see progress - if you're not having to commute thru it. :)

VP said...

I mostly like to watch and photograph working sites, but obviously not driving a car or as a passenger!

Michelle said...

I always dislike traveling while construction is happening. Stressful!

Bob Bushell said...

It's the wrong sort of cranes, ugly, I love the right CRANES.

Lois Evensen said...

Bob,

That's American humor. ;) I'm SURE you know that!

Thanks, everyone, for stopping by and for your kind comments.

All the best,
Lois